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Bitcoin keep joking me over and over again. Funded my mycelium address 23 days ago, balance showing up at 0. Double checked all my seeds, even made a lookup within my xpub index

No, I haven't used xpub to generate address, I used regular mycelium transaction, it showed me this address https://blockchain.info/address/1Hkp6W9M3UJyYdMkPjkHhtgZJkLdmCQ4Et as you can see transaction has thousands of confirmations, and timestamped at 1st February.
When I wrote down my 12 word backup seed, I also wrote down xpub just for emergency cases. So when I went to check my xpub validity to mentioned above address, my address where I have my funds indeed is at index:0, which means that its included into my xpub, which means that 12 word backup seed is also correct.
But mycelium is showing 0
Xpub is showing 0 on 2 block explorers I've checked: on smartbit.com.au and on blockchain.info
Believe me I didn't mess up anything in settings, I'm regular user, nothing special has been done. This is not first time happening to me. This starting to become very annoying. What can I do to avoid such situations and to refund my 20 day old transaction?
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Bitcoin keep joking me over and over again. Funded my mycelium address 23 days ago, balance showing up at 0. Double checked all my seeds, even made a lookup within my xpub index /r/Bitcoin

Bitcoin keep joking me over and over again. Funded my mycelium address 23 days ago, balance showing up at 0. Double checked all my seeds, even made a lookup within my xpub index /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Chainalasys VS Mycelium - The full story

Mycelium Wallets use our own custom nodes to process the bitcoin blockchain and scan for address balances. These nodes were written by Jan Møller while he was the Lead Developer, along with our other devs. The job of these nodes is to parse the 30 gig Blockchain database into our own custom database, which is much larger, being over 100 gigs in size, but which allows for very quick and easy lookup of address balances, allowing for instant balance lookups and to do things like Cold Storage spending from paper wallets and Trezor. Note that this custom database doesn't actually contain anything that's not in the original blockchain database itself.
Mycelium's owner and developers believe in total financial privacy and personal freedom, and our company has a goal to make Mycelium Wallet the most anonymous wallet possible. For this reason, we have kept our wallet code completely open since the beginning, and have been public and open about what goes on internally in our company (I hope you have noticed my frequent updates, especially with the unfortunate Entropy delays). And even while Jan was still the lead dev, we have created LocalTrader to work completely anonymously, using only bitcoin signed messages for user authentication and encrypting all user chat P2P using their respective private keys so our servers receive no usable data. We have also added HD wallet support, and disabled all IP and transaction logging on our nodes. However, we also realize that just us claiming that we do that isn't good enough, and that's why we added full Tor support, and are in the process of implementing CoinJoin, which we hope to have enabled by default, so that even those who don't care about staying anonymous will help contribute. Our goal was to have Mycelium Wallet be as anonymous as Dark Wallet, and that has not changed.
Jan Møller, our lead developer who did most of the work on the nodes, realized that the node-parsed blockchain database can be used to analyze bitcoin transaction activity, and help track transactions in the same way that our current financial institutions do (although with much less certainty). So he decided to have his own project that does just that, and has split off from Mycelium company last October. We still kept him on as our chief technical consultant, since he did write most of the node and original wallet code, so he is technically still employed by Mycelium, but he has had no access to our nodes since he left. Our current full time lead developer is Andreas Petersson, who is working on implementing Coinapult Locks right now, and the other two developers are Jan Dreske (trasla here) and Daniel Weigl, who have been adding support for Trezor, fixing bugs, adding minor requested features, etc.
We at Mycelium are not fans of what Chainalysis does, but we can't really object too much, because if something like this is even possible to do, then someone will do it, whether it's Jan's company or someone else. It's also preferable that this is done by a public company in the open, instead of in secret by a government agency. And secondly, since the developer behind this is someone who worked with us and continues to stay in touch and advise us, we can at least get inside knowledge of what may be tracked and how by such systems, so we can be aware of what to watch out for and what to fix. Obviously it's not a guarantee that we will get an honest answer, but it's still better than nothing.
With regards to why our website's About section still lists Jan Møller as a Lead Developer, it's because our website dev has been working full time on another (secret) Mycelium project, and has not had the chance to change anything. I guess the site is too low of a priority to update. Note that both of our current top wallet developers who have been doing most of the work these past few months, Jan Dreske and Daniel Weigl, are completely missing from there too. I am sorry that I have not publicly stated anything about this either, but since Chainalysis is a completely separate company, Jan Møller has not had access to our internal systems since he became a consultant, and our internal goals are still total anonymity, there was no risk whatsoever to Mycelium or the privacy of our users from the Mycelium side. I have been fairly open about being an AnarchoCapitalist myself, supporting people like Cody Wilson and Ross Ulbricht, and supporting the idea of The four pillars of a decentralized society as explained by Johann Gevers to help decentralize government functions. So if there ever is a risk of Mycelium becoming a snooping agency, or if Mycelium changes its goals with regards to expanding personal freedom, I still promise to let the community know, since there would be no way I would be willing to continue to work there if that happens.
P.S. Yes, we have those Chainalysis nodes blocked on our Mycelium nodes, too, but that's not really a fix, since Chainalysis can just change their IP address.
EDIT: Also, please note that if Mycelium wanted to be involved in this, we would have done this internally ourselves, likely making a ton of money from bankers and regulators in the process. But we didn't, not even allowing Jan to work on this internally, and wouldn't even consider implementing anything like that.
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[Technical] Address gap limit - a problem with Bitcoin wallets or I'm doing it wrong?

I run an app which accepts Bitcoin payments natively, meaning that I generated an xpub with my trezor and I derive that xpub in my app using Bitcore library to obtain addresses.
Then, I register to a webhook on blockcypher for those addresses. I derive a new address for each new invoice.
The problem is that once I create an invoice, the invoice basically is valid "forever". It doesn't really matter if it's valid only for one week (it would be minimum a few days).
For each of these addresses, I subscribe to a webhook notification from blockcypher, so that my app is notified when a payment is made and can mark an order as having been paid.
However, it does happen that there are sometimes 20+ orders in a row that are unpaid. In this case, although blockcypher has seen the transaction and told my app that the coins are received, and the order is marked as paid, I cannot see them in my Trezor. I've tried all wallets (mytrezor, electrum, copay, mycelium) that are compatible with trezor and all have the same issue.
Essentially if I want to spend my bitcoins at this point I basically need to send microtransactions to the 19th unpaid address so that Trezor does the work to look at the next 20 addresses.
I believe this is caused by the address gap which is "standard" to be 20 addresses for HD wallets. I would really like to be able to force my wallet (even if it takes much longer to sync) to look up 100+ addresses.
Is there an automatic fix for this?
I'm aware that there are some hacks we can build, e.g. using mybitprices.info to generate a CSV of addresses and lookup balances like that but it's what I'm doing now and trying to avoid.
Thanks!
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One-click way to estimate your transaction confirmation time (Blockonomics.co)

The Blockonomics.co transaction explorer has now integrated estimates from BitcoinFees.21.co! We currently return a time estimate that is one half of the max time given for the related fee level at BitcoinFees.
How do I use this?
  1. Visit Blockonomics.co
  2. Enter your transaction ID (example: 4ff24694b1b8f85d6b1e8c64360b283336334ba042f4d602741a1d5ec1614d1a) or lookup your unconfirmed transaction using any of the addresses associated with your transaction (such as recipient address). In the case of an address lookup, Blockonomics will automatically show pending transactions in a separate tab.
  3. Blockonomics will then show you the current elapsed time since the transaction was detected and estimated time required for confirmation based on current BitcoinFees data.
Mycelium, Multibit, and BitSquare users can also select Blockonomics as the default block explorer for true one-click transaction lookups.
We hope this gives users an easier way to gain a rough estimate of when their transactions may confirm (i.e., matter of minutes, hours, or days).
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One-click way to estimate your transaction confirmation time (Blockonomics.co)

The Blockonomics.co transaction explorer has now integrated estimates from BitcoinFees.21.co! We currently return a time estimate that is one half of the max time given for the related fee level at BitcoinFees.
How do I use this?
  1. Visit Blockonomics.co
  2. Enter your transaction ID (example: 4ff24694b1b8f85d6b1e8c64360b283336334ba042f4d602741a1d5ec1614d1a) or lookup your unconfirmed transaction using any of the addresses associated with your transaction (such as recipient address). In the case of an address lookup, Blockonomics will automatically show pending transactions in a separate tab.
  3. Blockonomics will then show you the current elapsed time since the transaction was detected and estimated time required for confirmation based on current BitcoinFees data.
Mycelium, Multibit, and BitSquare users can also select Blockonomics as the default block explorer for true one-click transaction lookups.
We hope this gives users an easier way to gain a rough estimate of when their transactions may confirm (i.e., matter of minutes, hours, or days).
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Blockonomics.co overview (quick and easy way to send hosted invoices to others)

Blockonomics.co has a couple very interesting tools I want to highlight. They just recently announced their new merchant API that web or app developers can use to integrate invoicing and payment tracking into their projects. However, here's three things that any Bitcoiner can do with Blockonomics right now:
Thanks to the Blockonomics team for some unique and useful (yet permissionless and private) tools!
Invoicing example: https://medium.com/@blockonomics_co/peer-to-peer-no-signups-invoice-in-fiat-get-paid-in-bitcoin-f77772e4308b#.k81375pn8
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